Monthly Archives: July 2018

New Guidelines for employers providing utes, work vans, etc.

For a long time there has been a misconception that work vehicles such as utes and panel vans have a blanket FBT exemption, and the ATO has got this in its sights. About a year ago, the ATO issued a … Continue reading

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ATO to target individual tax claims this tax season

With an additional $130.8m government funding injection, the ATO has signalled that this tax season it will target work related expense claims by individuals. Having recently conducted a pilot program where over 850 individual tax returns were audited, the ATO … Continue reading

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Super Guarantee Charge Amnesty Announced

The federal government’s recently announced 12 month Amnesty on underpaid super is welcomed news for employers, providing a one-off opportunity to self-correct past super guarantee (SG) non-compliance without penalty. If the legislation is passed as announced, the Amnesty will be … Continue reading

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Victorian Long Service Leave changes soon to begin

In May this year, the Long Service Leave Act 2018 (Vic) received Royal Assent, signalling some significant changes to the Long Service Leave entitlements of Victorian employees, and impacting all Victorian employers The changes, which will take effect from 1st … Continue reading

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